So I have a secret project on at the moment which involves making loads of hexies. I have been basting them methodically but thought about a pic I saw on IG where a lady was proudly showing her glued hexie.
So I rummaged around and found my Sewling Glue pen. Hoping it hadn't dried out, although I had never even opened the packet I gingerly took it out of it's packaging.
Had a quick read of the instructions, very simple.
I started gluing. I still pinned my paper template to the fabric just because, but I soon stopped once I got the hang of it.
I dabbed a bit of the glue along the top of the hexie, on the fabric that is, folded the fabric over the paper template and smoothed it down.
I then moved along to the next side of the hexie and on each corner dabbed more glue and folded the fabric over the paper template.
I continued the process all the way around and ended up with a nice little hexie that took next to no time to make!
EDIT: Just to reply to a question that one of the girls left in the comments, I found it easy to take off the paper backing, I learnt quickly that only a proper dab of glue is required, don't go crazy. Yes you can reuse the paper templates, not a problem. Hoping that helps. x